Author has written 15 stories for Final Fantasy VII.
I am the reader who digs up all of your old works and favorites them, but detests your improved pieces. I'm an idiot that way. Don't let it get to you.
I enjoy reading about impossible relationships and their impossibleness coming to absoultely no fruition (also known as major unrequited love), things blowing up, and the all-too-satisfying everyone dies plot lines.
Please note that, if my work starts to improve drastically, it's all thanks to Clan Dragoodle, who has graciously agreed to comment on select pieces that I send her before posting them. She's also a wonderful writer. Her style is unique both on ffnet and in fiction in general, so I urge all of you to go check her out.
I feel like I should mention Valentine's Ninja here. She's probably the reason I came back to ffnet in 2009, so I really appreciate her writing. She's very particular and unashamed of what she likes, which makes her awesome.
I have an Archive of Our Own account, which I plan to use as an internet location to store pieces of which I am currently proud. You won't find anything there that you won't find here, however, so do with this information what you will.
"Life and the Turk" listed as runner up for Genesis Awards best short fic, 2009. Some day I'll edit it so that it actually deserves the title.
01/03/14: It's been three years since I updated this. Ha. Ha ha. I'm working on a High School AU right now because I detest my own writing, and this will force me to do it. I will return to Formative Years and maybe a few things I've really wanted to write for years when my confidence grows. Bear with me. But check out Bubble Gum because it's something I never saw myself writing and probably never will write again, and because if that, I'd like to think it isn't the same High School fic you've read before.
If I leave a really critical review, it means I care enough about what I read that I want to give back.